WATCH: Willie Revillame pays a visit to Kris Aquino’s son Josh, lets him ride in his expensive Ferrari
Kris Aquino’s eldest son, Josh, got lucky as he was visited by a very special guest at their home—late afternoon show “Wowowin” host Willie Revillame.
When her son was hospitalized at the St. Luke’s Medical Center – Global City in Taguig city for Erosive Esophagitis due to severe acid reflux and ulcer, Aquino shared in one Instagram post that Revillame’s song “Ikaw na Nga” is included in Josh’s playlist.
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Pasensya na kung “weird” kami- pero intindihin nyo po na laking Lola ang panganay ko… Handog ng Pilipino, Lupang Hinirang, Ako ay Pilipino, at Magkaisa (and Pusong Bato & Willie’s IKAW NA NGA) are all part of his playlist. 🇵🇭
Days after his hospitalization, Josh was surprised by the visit of the TV host on Monday, July 23, as seen in Aquino’s Instagram. The 23-year-old looked visibly happy as he shook his hand with Revillame. Not only that, the “Wowowin” host also gave him a jacket, which has been one of his trademarks as he hands them out to contestants, and copies of his album.
“Sa gitna ng gulo po sa ating bansa (In the midst of the turmoil that’s happening in our country)—this is REAL. This is love,” Aquino wrote in her post. “Thank you Willie Revillame for the effort to make our kuya (big brother) Josh feel genuine HAPPINESS.”
But Revillame did not stop giving joy to Josh. In a new post by Aquino only hours ago, he let her son ride in his shiny red Ferrari. Aquino’s boy could not hide his happiness, and waved to the camera that was documenting the moment.
Aquino showed her gratitude toward Revillame and complimented him: “In my book—Willie Revillame is a man worthy of my true gratitude & respect.”
And what did they do during Revillame’s visit? The media personality wrote that they shared stories, ate together and watched President Rodrigo Duterte deliver his third State of the Nation Address.
But this was not the first time Aquino thanked Revillame. Back in January, she revealed the TV host tried to help her get back on television, even though the plan did not push through. Nevertheless, she was still thankful to Revillame for giving her his “lucky” vibe, a key that she believed to have showered her with more blessings. /ra
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